• David Murphy, United Kingdom
    PhD., CPsychol., AFBPsS., is Associate Professor at the University of Nottingham and is the Course Director for the MA in Person-Centred Experiential Counselling and Psychotherapy and is on the British Psychological Society’s Register of Psychologists Specializing in Psychotherapy. David is editor of the WAPCEPC international journal Person-Centered & Experiential Psychotherapies.

  • Dagmar Nuding, Germany
    Dr., Certified pedagogue, training in person-centered psychotherapy for children and young adults; full-time occupation at the University of Education in Schwaebisch Gmuend, Germany; part-time occupation at the outpatient clinic for child and adolescent psychiatry Ludwigsburg, second chairperson at GwG, trainer for person-centered psychotherapy with children and young adults, international publications.

  • Aglaja Przyborski, Austria
    Dr. phil. habil., psychologist, person-centered psychotherapist (since 2007 in private practice), trainer for person-centered psychotherapy (APG•IPS), Senior Research Fellow Chair of Leadership & Dynamics in Family Businesses (University Witten/Herdecke), member of the editorial board of PERSON (International Journal for Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counseling), scientific head of IKUS (Institute for cultural psychology and qualitative social research), managing partner "Akademie für persönliche Entwicklung/Academy for Personal Development".
  • Divine Charura, United Kingdom
    Adult psychotherapist, counselling psychologist, course director for postgraduate courses in psychotherapy at Leeds Beckett University. Years of work experience in diverse psychiatric/clinical and therapeutic settings. Co-authored numerous books, latest: The Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy Handbook co-edited with Colin Lago; and Love and Therapy co-edited with Stephen Paul.

  • Peter Frenzel, Austria
    Mag., born 1959, business psychologist, clinical and health psychologist, person-centered psychotherapist/trainer (APG•IPS), since 1987 in private practice, director of a management consultant company (industry, private enterprise, public administration), training manager for supervision/coaching, university lecturer, various person-centered publications.

  • Renata Fuchs, Austria
    MAS. Born in Rijeka, Yugoslavia in 1956, I live in Austria since 1959. After university, I have worked for several feministic and NPO educational and cultural projects. In 1996 the Center for Eating Disorders was founded. Since 1997 I work as person-centered psychotherapist, since 1998 as manager of zb, a counselling institution in Lower Austria, since 2003 as psychotherapy trainer at APG•IPS.

  • Sheila Haugh, United Kingdom
    I moved to Prague 7 years ago from the UK and am working as a person-centred therapist, supervisor, trainer, facilitator and consultant. I have worked nationally and internationally. Moving to a ‘new’ country has offered me the lived experience of cultural differences – even if the move is ‘only’ within Europe! The richest encounters I have experienced have been in the cross-cultural environment.

  • Vlado Hlavenka, Czech Republic
    I am reflecting that for many years I am rooted personally and professionally in an international life. Delivering and enjoying workshops and training abroad and having close family in Czech, Canada, Slovakia. Spain and UK. Founder of PC training in Czech-Slovakia. Not being good at writing CVs and administrative work (suffering in both cases). Think I am good in personal contact. I enjoy it all.

  • Lore Korbei, Austria
    Born in 1945 in Czechoslovakia, since childhood in Vienna, certified social worker, client-centered psychotherapist, trainer (OEGWG), 2004 MSc (Donau University Krems), supervisor (OEGWG, OEBVP, OEVS), trainer for focusing (Austrian coordinator of Focusing Institute N.Y.), since 1999 trainer in Ukraine, Rumania and Russia, facilitator of encounters, numerous publications.

  • Martín Lange, Argentina
    I am counsellor, I have been receiving clients in private practice for almost 20 years.
    I also work as a trainer in counselling education, teaching PCA basics, and as trainer for counsellors. I am a member of the WAPCEPC board, and one of my goals is to spread PCA in South America.

  • Jean-Marc Randin, Suisse
    Psychologist, client-centered psychotherapist and trainer. Started working in private practice in 1994, used to teach PCA in several high schools for social workers. Directed the French translation of the Carl Rogers Reader from 1999 to 2001. WAPCEPC-board member from 2006 to 2012, managing editor of the journal ACP Pratique et recherche, member of the Swiss association pca.acp, co-founder of the institute IFAACP.